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The New Zealand Ministry of Health is currently using a consulting firm EY (formerly Ernst & Young) to research the impacts of tobacco taxation, despite EY’s work locally and internationally for tobacco companies. This decision may breach the (FCTC), at
Asking people to smoke responsibly is a difficult, awkward conversation to have—one that I’ve historically avoided. But according to Nelson, it’s essential. “If someone just throws a cigarette butt, it’s your obligation,” he tells me. “They (will) proba
Lauren Lempert and I just sent this letter to FDA…As of August 10, 2018, many of the most crucial Camel Snus MRTP applications materials have still not been posted for public review and comment, including: Module 6 – Summary of All Research Findings, in
Over the past few months, I have been traveling to communities across Massachusetts, talking to middle- and high-school students about health, wellness and substance-use prevention. At every meeting, I have heard from parents, teachers, school nurses and
The FDA must recognize that while industry regulation is vital, control is deadly, and regulating too much can be just as lethal as regulating too little.
Our smoking rate is the second lowest in Europe because we’ve embraced a liberal, evidence-based approach to e-cigarettes. An unlikely coalition of public health bodies, anti-smoking campaigners and free marketeers is united in recognising that vaping ha
In the case of smoking, American corporations were selling cigarettes to turn a profit. Today, however, foreign actors are deploying misleading content to actively undermine our democracy. For this reason, the FBI and other U.S. intelligence agencies shou
Cigar Aficionado published an article that made the final 24 hours of my vacation a lot less enjoyable. It also made the lives of every single employee of Nat Sherman’s cigar division a lot less fun….”America’s Largest Cigarette Company Comes Out Agains
Enforcing residential bans on smoking could help large numbers of low-income people quit smoking, according to an analysis of federally funded national surveys by a California research team. The finding comes as public housing authorities across the count
Dan Orenstein, Candice Bowling, and I submitted this public comment… Incorporating best practices from tobacco control into California’s cannabis regulations is necessary to protect public health by restricting harmful product formulations, ensuring ind